Courtyard By Marriott Portland Airport
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... or monopod – not around 5 ½ acres! This is an ongoing discussion between Steve and me as he bought me a “must-have” tripod in 2012 and it hasn’t seen daylight in all this time. It does TRAVEL well as I TOOK it to Chicago, downtown Austin and now Portland. But I never promised to USE it!! Oh well, maybe tomorrow! But I promise I will shoot in RAW, eating up my camera card ...
... in Angul about 1 hour from here. I am 5 minutes by car from the village of Boinda which is about 10,000 people. I am staying at an office/training center and have a nice room and bathroom. Laura says it is much improved since she was here last. Food is plentiful and authentic Indian, a little spicy but I am adapting. Just have to have my hankerchief with me when I eat!! We ...
... are hatched, raised, spawned and die inside this building. Those fish never see the light of day, but their offspring will be released in the waters where their parents came from in an effort to increase their numbers.
Today Jil and Connie (Jil & Mike are the other camp hosts for the month of SEP) were asked to help spawn some ripe salmon. What a great opportunity to learn about this process and help the "fish guys" out. Dan is the main man at ...
... was in a little pizza place, Pizzacato, in Hood River.
We crossed the Columbia to drive back on the Washington side on a narrow drawbridge that was a toll. But judging by the width of the 2 lanes, it had not been built recently. There was barely room for 2 cars to pass. My guess it has long since been paid for. We passed on crossing the river at the Bridge of the Gods further downstream. It was only one lane wide.
... br> It always sounds so easy, just write 200-500 words. It only takes an hour. But, there's about 2 or 3 other hours that go with that. I can't just sit down and get it done in an hour. There's time involved to step away, do other things, think things over without actually thinking about them, and get it done in bits and pieces- at least that's just how ...